Pools & Pool Toys

Father and kids having a water fight

How to Stay Cool in the Summer Heat!

Summer means bare knees, hot sun, and splashing in water! Whether you have a large yard or small, there are pools to help you and your little ones cool off from those hot, sticky days of summer. 


When it comes to small pools there are a couple of options to choose from, including plastic or poly, blow-up vinyl, or just unroll and fill with water!  While you’re reviewing the types of pools and which fits your family best, don’t forget the pool toys!  


Twins Swimming in a Pool

Plastic poly pool with kids playing

Round Poly Pool

This 60" round poly pool is great for kids and pets because of its durable design. With an 11" depth, it's great for the little ones to cool off and get used to playing in water. 

  • 60" diameter
  • 11" depth
  • Sturdy poly material

Vinyl blow-up pool

Vinyl Blow-up Pool

This inflatable pool is big enough for the whole family at 103" x 72". The walls have two air chambers, so they are wide enough for lounging. Holding 198 gallons of water when filled to approximately 65% full, this pool is a great way to cool off from the heat!

  • 103" x 72"
  • 198 gallons of water
  • Thick walls for lounging

Kids swimming in kiddie pool

Unroll and Fill Pool

Setting up this pool by Intex is a snap! Just unroll and fill to start having fun. This round pool has an 8' diameter and is approximately 18" deep if filled completely. It will hold up to 258 gallons of water to splash and play in, and you even get a repair patch for just in case!

  • 8' diameter
  • 18" deep
  • 258 gallons of water
  • Repair patch included

Water Toys

Dog swimming in plastic pet pool

How hot is too hot for your dog? 

All of us know that keeping water around for our pets is a must at all times, but during hot months we also need to keep our pets from overheating in other ways too. Plastic pools can be a great way for your pet to cool off and relax when the sun just gets too hot, especially if you have an outdoor only pet. Also, it's best to try and keep the pool in shade if possible or consider a canopy. 


If you don't have a pool for your pet, you can use a hose with cold water to cool him or her down, but experts say that a pet pool is the quickest way to cool down a dog. 

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